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Canadian Art International: Terrorvision

Canadian Art International: Terrorvision

"Terrorvision" at Exit Art in New York was a presentation of a theme: the experience of terror. Find out more in this review from the Fall 2004 issue of Canadian Art.

Rewind: Republic of Love

Rewind: Republic of Love

Love has lent its name to any number of popular films, novels and advertisements. Summer 2004

Shaan Syed

Shaan Syed

In his first solo show in Switzerland, Shaan Syed presents a series of paintings mostly depicting night scenes. ... Winter 2004

Rewind: Bill Burns

Rewind: Bill Burns

Using humour and irony to engage the serious issue of despoiled animal habitats is no easy task, yet Bill Burns makes it work in his "Safety Gear for Small Animals." Find out more in this review from our Winter 2004 issue.

Nicholas Di Genova at Le Gallery

Nicholas Di Genova at Le Gallery

The phenomenon of street art exists in heavily urbanized environments from Tokyo to Toronto. ... Winter 2004

Rewind: Jessica Stockholder at Sable-Castelli Gallery

Rewind: Jessica Stockholder at Sable-Castelli Gallery

Jessica Stockholder's debut show with Sable-Castelli Gallery consisted of seven recent works. ...Fall 2004

Rewind: Jack Burman

Rewind: Jack Burman

Beginning with photos of human remains taken in the 1980s in the Sicilian catacombs, Jack Burman has long chased his dark muse in an extended inquiry into death.... Fall 2004

Rewind: Denyse Thomasos

Rewind: Denyse Thomasos

Does any immigrant take a sense of self or home for granted? ... Fall 2004

Rewind: Robert Youds at Sable-Castelli Gallery

Rewind: Robert Youds at Sable-Castelli Gallery

Anyone familiar with Robert Youds'’ contribution to the mammoth "Topographies" exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery in 1996 knows that he has long since drifted across the meridian dividing painting from sculpture. ... Winter 2001

Rewind: Robert Houle/John Abrams

Rewind: Robert Houle/John Abrams

Canadian identity is deeply entrenched in ideas of land and landscape. Canadiana is full of images of loons, lakes and vast spaces vacant of people. We drown in images of Niagara Falls.